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stories from our November issue

Social Advocacy … at a Price

Kate Barnard was a woman in politics long before it became a norm and had influence on Oklahoma’s early history …...

Oklahoma Standard, Global Impact

Zeeco is a cutting edge company with a storied history.  This year is the company’s 40th anniversary in...

‘All the World’s a Stage’

“I was always drawn to acting in school,” says Presley, whose latest film, The Great Alaskan Race, premiered in October. “I was fortunate [because] I’d leave football practice and go to musical practice. It’s a different platform but still a platform for performance.”

Scissortail Meets Skydance

Sweeping gracefully away from Oklahoma City Boulevard, the first phase of Scissortail Park marks a historical turning point for downtown’s southwest...

Getting Down to Business

Breathtaking holiday lighting, visits with Santa and family togetherness in carriages pulled by gentle Belgian horses are among the holiday experiences...

Young-Adult Deja Vu in Tulsa

See if this sounds familiar: An author from Tulsa, going by her initials and last name, pens a wildly popular series...

The Power of Creation

Two organizations, through their fellowships, help Oklahoma artists make their creative dreams come to fruition. The Oklahoma Visual...

Caring for Your Animals

The pulse of your Pet’s health Veterinarians say medical advancements extend their patients’ lives

20 Scenic Sites for Fall Foliage

Autumn has arrived, and the leaves are taking on beautiful tones of red, orange and yellow. As the air cools and...

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Face to Face in the Same Place

Not so long ago, board games were considered … er  … dorky, especially by those favoring video games. But in recent...

Social Advocacy … at a Price

Kate Barnard was a woman in politics long before it became a norm and had influence on Oklahoma’s early history …...

‘All the World’s a Stage’

“I was always drawn to acting in school,” says Presley, whose latest film, The Great Alaskan Race, premiered in October. “I was fortunate [because] I’d leave football practice and go to musical practice. It’s a different platform but still a platform for performance.”

Scissortail Meets Skydance

Sweeping gracefully away from Oklahoma City Boulevard, the first phase of Scissortail Park marks a historical turning point for downtown’s southwest...

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Embracing Santa Barbara

Air perfumed with pine, eucalyptus, lavender, jasmine and orange blossoms wafts in on ocean breezes. Red tile roofs, white-washed architecture, bougainvilleas...

An Entertainer’s Paradise

A 1980s home in Tulsa’s Maple Ridge neighborhood has shed its original character to become a modern residence with abundant amenities.

Online Stranger Dangers

The concept of “stranger danger” is something children are taught early on, but with ease of access to the internet, parents...

A Fitting Representation

The 22-foot-tall statue gazes and gestures to the east as a symbol of peace, optimism and dignity. In many ways, it represents...

20 Scenic Sites for Fall Foliage

Autumn has arrived, and the leaves are taking on beautiful tones of red, orange and yellow. As the air cools and...

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Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Mexican Radio Revolution

Attention all New Wave music kids from the 1980s: Mexican Radio is playing in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District.

A Taste of Hidalgo

Adan Salas rises with the sun and arrives at El Hidalguense on Tulsa’s east side. There are fresh, fluffy, corn tortillas to...

A Home Where Piggies Roam

Go northeast from Tulsa’s skyscrapers. Half an hour or so later, leave the interstate and head out on a winding country...

Scratch Kitchen and Cocktails

Passion rules at this joint, where self-described “nerds about flavor” challenge culinary imagination with a philosophy of “good food is our best...

The Mule

The Mule in OKC offers cold beer and “hot melts” with many quirky, gooey variations of sandwiches, or “sandies” as they’re called...

Sweets and Cream

Nestled near East 21st Street and South Yale Avenue in Tulsa, Sweets and Cream is a new ice cream shop specializing in...
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Making Biographical Hay

Nearly 30 years since leaving the publishing industry to pursue a career as an author, Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff still...

Hockey, Horses, Cycling and Football

The Oklahoma Thunder is in full swing with the NBA’s regular season at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Nov....

From Cartoon Square Pants to Classical Fancy Pants

Musical performances in Oklahoma are varied and bountiful in November. The Zurich Chamber Orchestra arrives Nov. 12 at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium with...

Resistance Through Art

The combined power of creative expression and public affairs is examined at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Norman...

Rock, Rap, Country and Classical

Tulsa’s BOK Center offers just about every genre of music this month, starting Oct. 2 with Heart, performing with Joan Jett...

From Football to horsin’ around

The Oklahoma City Thunder return to the hardwood with NBA preseason games at Tulsa’s BOK Center on Oct. 8 and at OKC’s...
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